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Clann Credo Success Stories

Organisations benefiting include; Community & Voluntary, Charities, Sports Clubs, Social Enterprises and organisations tackling community, social and environmental issues.

Clann Credo is a charity and recycles capital repayments into new loans to continuously increase the Community Loan Finance available so more community organisations can benefit in the future.

As Ireland’s largest social finance provider, we have re-imagined lending and believe that finance can be a catalyst for good in communities.

Local athletics club. Activities include track & field and cross country Training twice a week in Adamstown. New members welcome. Contact us via Facebook or our website Affiliated to Athletics Asso...

Community Groups have big ideas and LEADER grants help make those visions become realities. But Bridging Finance and and Match Funding can be obstacles for groups trying to avail of LEADER Grants. ...

Stella Maris FC has not only provided legendary international footballers, but also plays a significant part of the community in Dublin. Clann Credo has helped them create a 'Field of Dreams'.

When Tullow Tennis Club closed its gates for the last time sixteen years ago, few were surprised.

When the people of Castledaly required short-term financial assistance, they turned to Clann Credo.

Sport has a remarkable capacity to break down barriers and diminish the differences between people. As such it is powerful force for integration and inclusion.

In the late 1970s community activists in Askamore purchased an old school for the considerable sum of £100,000 - all of it collected through local fundraising.

At least one half of this proud football club can trace its origins all the way back to a Saturday afternoon card game in the local pub.

There is history attached to the Abbey Arts & Cultural Centre, in the town of Ballyshannon.

The centre provides practical support for the indigenous film infrastructure through assistance for low budget film-makers, the facilitation of training and the provision of post-production facilities

Kyle GAA Club nestles in the borderlands between Tipperary, Offaly and Laois, although it is the latter county that the club calls home.

With financial support from Clann Credo, the community in Ballybane has built its own state of the art Community Centre.

Aughnamullen Sports, Leisure & Social Development Association developed a plan to upgrade the local GAA club house to meet this obvious deficit. Their aim was to add a Fitness Suite, changing faciliti...